Tarot Stripped Bare is the 21st-century approach to learning Tarot. Now you too can learn to see the patterns of your life revealed in the turn of a card. Tarot Stripped Bare is a guide that covers everything you need to know to become a Tarot reader - from choosing the right deck, to performing your first reading, and much more. This listen will show you how to tap into your subconscious and use the clues in the cards to develop your intuition, leading you to greater awareness and enlightenment.
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The Tall Guy
I am utterly disappointed with this book. It is the soundtrack to a DVD and as a result it really doesn't work as a book at all. The narrator is a self confessed novice who interview others. This fails as they refer to what they can see, but often make talk about unnamed cards. This would work on DVD but never in a book. DO NOT BUY THIS. Don't even waste a credit on it. Just a money making scam.
"Bad Delivery- Poor Content- Waste of Money"
Overall content is wandering about the subject matter and hard to follow. Quality of the recording is very poor. Narrator, Helena is quite obnoxious to listen to. Overall content is poor and subject matter is lacking and the delivery is even yet horrible. To make the book even worse is the atrocious and quite disgusting music that is added in parts of the book, such as in the beginning. All in all, this book is a NIGHTMARE & Waste of time & Good Money!
Please do not waste your time or money!
bad audio, bad mixing, it has a really weird music that has nothing to do with getting into the tarot, I do have experience and I want to recover my knowledge, but not with this book.
"A great introduction to tarot - nothing in depth."
I don't think there is a print version.
The reason I liked this book was that it's a very simple introduction to tarot which walks through some simple spreads which are mainly different variations on 3 card spreads. Great for someone who hasn't done a reading before and needs a little help getting started.
I've seen some other books on tarot that talk about the cards in so much detail like for example why the king of pentacles has got a little picture of a salamander on his throne. This isn't like that, meanings are discussed only briefly.
Sound quality wasn't great - a little hissy, but it's intelligible.
An informative listening experience on an interesting subject.
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